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Work on Your Max Velocity Phase for the Hurdles!

By nate.landas - Last updated: Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Kansas State University Head Track and Field Coach, Cliff Rovelto, provides you with a great drill for working on sprint mechanics that will help with the max velocity phase of the hurdle events. Here, the athlete performs an “A” Run over 4 banana hurdles. This will teach sprint mechanics for the later part of the hurdle event.

“A” Run Over Low Hurdles

One athlete performs this drill. The athlete is staying tall with his thighs parallel to the ground, an important part to applying force into the ground. Coach Rovelto gives an excellent explanation of this drill and goes into why drills are done during practice. This is a great drill to teach running tall and the importance of front side mechanics in applying force into the ground. This drill can be done all year and in any gym or track complex to help give greater meaning to why sprint mechanics are so important during the second half of any sprint/hurdle event.

Gain more insight from, “Mega Drills for the Sprints and Hurdles.” Discover other great Hurdles videos apart of our large Track & Field collection!

Put Yourself in Position to Score with This Single Leg Drill!

By nate.landas - Last updated: Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Steve Garland, Head Coach for the University of Virginia, demonstrates the proper position for a single leg and how to keep a good position. This ‘Single Leg Drill’ will eliminate scramble situations and put you into a position to score.

Single Leg Drill

Single Legs are a fundamental element of any successful wrestler and Coach Garland has simplified it so it will work on a high level, but can be practiced by a beginner. The ‘Single Leg Drill’ will teach you how to move your opponent while keeping good position so you can finish the takedown on anyone.

Check out an additional clip from the Championship Productions’ DVD “Drills, Drills and More Drills.” View more Wrestling videos on Drills.

Discover Three Set-Ups from an NCAA Champion!

By nate.landas - Last updated: Tuesday, April 1, 2014

In this segment 2008 NCAA Champion at Cornell, Jordan Leen, goes through three different set-ups. The set-ups you will see involve using the “Claw”, “Ankle Elevator”, and “Tilt.”  Discover the keys of each technique in the following clip.


The use of the “Claw” technique is ideal for a weaker wrestler because it enables him to use his weight to control and execute this technique on an opponent. The emphasis on the “Ankle Elevator” is to elevate the ankles so that you can place your safe leg in place, open up the opponents’ hips to execute the short leg.

Check out an additional clip from the Championship Productions’ DVD “Championship Signature Move Series: Jordan Leen’s Safe Leg Series.” View more Wrestling videos on Pinning.

Teach These Leg Attack Fundamentals to Your Wrestlers!

By nate.landas - Last updated: Tuesday, April 1, 2014

University of Wisconsin La-Crosse Head Coach, Dave Malecek, illustrates one of his favorite drills to teach wrestlers proper fundamental position when attacking legs. All-Americans, Adam Sheley and JR Lewis demonstrate the basic principles that are essential to all leg attacks, whether high or low, single or double.

Leg Attack Fundamentals

This drill is so simple that even little league wrestlers could do it and so fundamental that even All-Americans need to do it. For those who can master this positioning drill, success will be sure to follow. This would a great drill for using as part of your everyday warm-up.

Check out an additional clip from the Championship Productions’ DVD “Focused and Fundamental Drilling on the Feet.” View more Wrestling videos From the Feet.

Learn a Key Skill for Bottom Wrestling!

By nate.landas - Last updated: Tuesday, April 1, 2014

Eric Akin, former 4X All-American for Iowa State University, demonstrates teaching and practicing the basic skill of the ‘Hip Heist.’ Akin’s youth wrestlers will practice X# of repetitions left, left then right, right. You will see how the ‘Hip Heist’ is a key physical skill for bottom wrestling. 

Hip Heist

Athletes begin in a bear crawl position, bring one foot under to a belly up or crab walk position.

Check out an additional clip from the Championship Productions’ DVDYouth Wrestling: Escape Fundamentals.” View more Wrestling videos on Escapes.


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